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  You're welcome. I can relate. I can't seem to find an amt of toys that I'm okay with. And I couldn't agree more about them getting overwhelmed.     You got this!
I haven't gotten to the feed store yet so I'm not sure on the prices of these grains. I'm wondering how much (roughly) it'd cost to make 50lbs of this recipe. I'd like to use organic corn if I can find it. It'd be for 1-3 laying hens and we're in Kentucky if that helps. TIA!       Found here: http://www.mothering.com/community/t/1073515/homemade-chicken-feed-new-question-in-post-8/0_40
I'll have to check into that, thanks! I found this for my area but I'm not sure what it means. Looks like I can pick up my order but it doesn't say what city. Also I have the option of them shipping it via UPS Ground but I can't get the total without completely ordering.   Q2 - IL + KY + TN Cutoff Departure June 29, 2012, 3 p.m. July 5, 2012     ETA: Okay it'd be an under $50 total so they'd...
  I completely agree. If it hasn't been played with in months or years then toss it. If it's broken and most certainly *isn't* going to get fixed, toss it. I'd recommend (if your child is older/5-6yo) letting them help. If they're younger maybe dig out a few toys they haven't saw in awhile and put them in another room while you declutter the toys.     Check out this thread http://www.mothering.com/community/t/367607/talk-to-me-about-toy-storage/0_40  it's old but it might...
subbing.     I've been wanting to get two of these for stuffed animals http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004OR1DXS/?ref=ox_sc_act_title_1&ie=UTF8&m=A3W4YSGOME9MU6  and a bookshelf like this to hold toys and maybe canvas boxes that'd hold toys. http://ana-white.com/2010/01/creative-guest-knock-off-wood-bookcases.html  Lowes has a similar one that's already made and costs around $50-$60.    As of right now I just keep out enough toys to fill a laundry basket and...
I'm borrowing a similar mop right now. Contemplating buying some Bona solution if Lowes doesn't have it.
I forgot to check back here, sorry. I've tried a coupon clipping service before and got a lot of good coupons for less than $3. I need to try that again and maybe see if I can find some gluten free coupons too.     I love Meijer! I haven't been there in months though. It seems to save me a lot of $. Our local farmers market is open for the season and I've been buying there. It's not certified organic but it's better than the store produce imo.     I'll check...
Interesting!   I've never tried falafel. Your potatoes sound really good!
Wow, great deal!!
I'm gonna throw out Tennesse. Knoxville has a lot of good stores. Berea, Ky would be great too. If you want raw milk and live in the Southeastern Ky region, you can get it in Lexington KY.
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